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we pay tolls on bridges, but how would i feel about a toll to get into san mateo county from san francisco? it's a plan being considered. we'll have reaction this morning. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, november 17th. developing news. big problems for b.a.r.t. a train stalled in the transbay tube has just been moved but there's still serious delays. let's go right to sal for the latest. >> the problem is a train became disabled underground, probably a claustrophobic nightmare for those worried about this. now, the train has been moved out of the tube and the people on the train have been taken off the train and put on another. how far, as a b.a.r.t. dispatcher just told me, the damage is done. there will be major delays into
san francisco, 20, 30 minutes. we're fearing it will be more than that because delays tend to snowball when things like this happen. we have kraig debro coming up. right now, the commute is not starting off well getting into san francisco. we have another traffic update in a few minutes. let's go back to the desk. one minute after 7:00. the other big story we're following. uc police are bracing for what is expected to be demonstrations. police are already at mission bay, at the campus. jade hernandez is there with more. >> reporter: good morning. i want to show you very quickly that authorities, san francisco police are already preparing for this protest about to start in about a half an hour.
i mentioned police off the top because they are expecting large demonstrations this morning. the regents usually hold the last meeting of the year at ucla. but last year authorities dealt with near riots after a 32% tuition hike was approved. a uc spokesperson said moving the meeting had nothing to do with the demonstrations in southern california last year but more to do with cutting costs since it was cheaper to get everybody to meet in san francisco. student activists disagree. they say this is a strategy to hold a meeting on a garage hit- own -- a graduate-only campus. the ucspokesperson insisted there was no ulterior motive. >> we're here because it's a cost-effective place to hold the board meeting but what we expect is the people will be respectful and most importantly be respectful to police
officers would are trying to maintain control and that's really critical. >> reporter: the uc board of regents is expected to vote on an 8% fee fike that would affect students whose families make over $120,000. the regents will look at cutting retiree income in half for many employees. they point to the state and federal funding for the reasons to forgo the hike. i want to take you live here. a protest is expected to start here in about a half hour. there are some demonstrators that are already arriving here. the regents meeting will schedule to meet at 8:30. jade hearse, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. police in han antioch are out there searching for a suspect outside a 7-11 store. police responded to a shooting outside a store on buchanan road. officers found 21-year-old gregory leavey inside of a car and he was shot.
he was pronounced several minutes later -- pronounced dead several minutes later. the investigation into the shooting continues this morning. also, there was another fatal shooting at the same 7-11 back in april of last year. in that case, the 46-year-old victim was pulling out of the parking lot on his motorcycle when a man ran up to him and fired several shots. police arrested a suspect shortly after that shooting. they say the victim and the shooter had an ongoing dispute. well, we have new information this morning about a napa man who was shot and killed over the weekend while he was out hunting with some friends and his 11-year-old son. police have refused to say who fired the shot that killed 60- year-old william downs. but according to "the press democrat" newspaper sources close to the family say it was the 11-year-old son who accidentally fired the shot that killed his father.
sonoma county sheriff's officials say that downs stepped out of a truck right at the moment another hunter in the party was aiming at a bird and fired. 7:05. this morning, a crime scene investigator will return to the witness stand in the richmond gang rape case. yesterday, investigator grazetti showed the photograph she took of the victim after she was attacked. she was overcome with emotion. the mother of one defendant spoke outside of court yesterday. >> translator: we know what kind of person my son is. we trust in god and the courts he will be cleared of charges. >> today's the third day of a preliminary hearing to determine if there's enough evidence to put the seven suspects on trial. they are accused of gang raping the teenager outside a homecoming dance last year. it's a plan certain to anger a lot of joggers.
commutersen the peninsula -- commuters on the pill may be -- on the peninsula and this is not near a bridge. claudine wong has more. >> reporter: that's right. no crossing a bridge. you are just basically crossing a highway. under this plan you could be paying big bucks. we've been out here talking about the folks -- talking to folks about the plan. they say they aren't doing it. it is something being considered by the transportation department authority. if you drive through san francisco during the commute hour you would pay $3 each way. why do it? it would bring in a lot of money $60 to 80 million. if you consider a regular commuterser someone who drives back and forth every day, they
would pay about $1500 a year. it's really not surprising that people we talked to this morning do not like the idea. >> i pay the toll poll from the north bay coming in. i'm not gonna pay tolls within the inner city, no way. >> reporter: we're still years off from this possibly become a reality. we're talking a lot of stuff that would have to go through before it happened. the transportation authority is going to study the idea. 2013 is the projected date being thrown around for this pilot program that would last between six and nine months before they decide to make it permanent. authority and voters all have to take a look at this. if you gauge the reaction -- it's pretty hard to find someone would thinks this is a good idea. one person says if it happens here, why not every other city in the bay area?
claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, claudine. we want to check back in with sal. obviously a lot going on right now with the delays on b.a.r.t. how is -- how is the rest of the commute. >> if you are trying to get into san francisco, it might be easier or harder depending upon where you are. this is a look at 80 westbound, really slow traffic on 80 coming down the -- from pinole, richmond, heading all the way down to oakland in that area. what pam i doing? there we go. traffic is going to be busy heading from pinole to richmond because of earlier crashes. bay bridge live -- bay bridge toll plaza, it's lighter at the top because a lot of people are stuck up the stream, if you will. if you are coming to san francisco, not that bad at the top and the commute if from 280
is already slow. i want to update you on the delays. there was a train stuck earlier in the tube. there are major delays in and out of san francisco still because of the backlog. if you are taking b.a.r.t., give yourself extra time. let's go back to steve. >> don't look at the screen directly. there you go. sunrise over the big city. a few high clouds. it's still going to be sunny. a little bit of patchy fog. but if you haven't noticed yet, a little chill in the morning. is it going to get cool around here. this system is looking stronger and stronger each updated forecast model that comes in. and they are good-looking models by the way. it looks stronger. mostly sunny, not too bad. cooler on thursday. cooler with rain on friday and then the weekend looks cold, cold and wet and this system coming in from the north doesn't always hold as much moisture.
it might draw in lower latitude moisture. if that's the case, it will be more than cold. the leading edge of the system is coming in from the northwest. we have just a little bit of patchy fog and a few high clouds. mostly sunny, san rafael starting off 4, same for san anselmo. 62 at noon. then at 3:00, 67. but over the next couple of days these temperatures will be sliding down. sanjose, came in at 75. we'll go 70. everyone else in is in the 60s. 38 now napa and santa rosa. 47 oakland/berkeley. palo alto, i've seen 39 to 44. just depends where you are if you have a puff of a breeze or not. the city is at 52. that's the warmest. some of the cooler readings.
st.helena and kenwood. 36. that's getting cold. american canyon, 39. woodside 39. danville, alamo, ceibasty toll, los gatos -- sebastopol, los gatos. 38 napa, 47 oakland berkeley. this is the best satellite picture that shows you the cold air. today, machine, not too shabby. there's the front. seattle, portland. the low will set until right off seattle and then a second -- a secondary one will dig in behind it. mostly sunny, not too bad. night, cooler. a little bit of a breeze. 60s and 70s. some patchy fog under sunshine to the south. clouds start to roll in thursday. train roy night and then a cold rain -- rain friday night and then a cold rain.
trial judge. final results show victoria kolakowski won slightly more than 50% of the vote. during her campaign, she said a transgender judge would bring diversity to the county's superior court bench. today both haas democrats and republicans will go behind closed doors. they will decide who will be their leaders in the next congress. political observers expect no changes at the top. house speaker nancy pelosi is expected to remain the top democratic leader. however, she will become the minority leader. and john boehner is expected to remain the leader among the house republicans. that puts him in line to become the next speaker of the house. the so-called slurppy summit between president obama and republican leaders has been postponed. president obama scheduled this
but the white house leaders asked the meeting to be rescheduled to november 30th. it was originally set for tomorrow. 7:17. right now, in washington, d.c., a congressional hearing is underway investigating whether the full body scans and pat- downs at the airport are going too far. ktvu channel 2 reporter alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with the latest. good morning, allison. >> reporter: good morning to you, tori. for the the last 45 minutes we've been listening to u.s. senators and the head of the tsa about the controversial use of these full-body scanners and pat-downs at dozens of airports. now, senators are expressing concern about the privacy violations and what one called hue himating pat-downs but at the same time they are worried about the terrorist threat to planes, saying it is a real threat echo
ed by the -- echoed by the tsa. >> as we talk about aviation and the latest intelligence, we know there is a terrorist threat still there. >> reporter: we're taking a live look at the hearing room. the tsa administrators say the goal is to use technology and screening protocols to keep ahead of the threat and keep passengers safe. we're going to keep watching this hearing for you and have live more coverage during my next update in about an hour. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alison. 7:19. security is being increased in germany because of a heightened terrorist threat. germany's interior minister says the agency received a tip about an unspecified attack planned for the end of the month. he would not say where the attack was supposed to take place. the san francisco police department is considering a
policy that would preclude shooting at drivers that are drying -- trying to run them down. right now they are not allowed to shoot unless they believe they are in serious threat or injury bodily. a new policy would pre -- would prevent them from shooting even if a suspect is trying to run them down. other cities like los angeles have those policies. they tell them to get out of the way instead of shooting. 7:20. substance abuse at schools. students who get high or drunk and where they are getting their goods. also, while the giants world series win brought joys to thousands of fans. it's left one bay area agency crying foul. we still have a big problem on b.a.r.t. as you look at the trains moving on the system. there are major delays because
at school. that compares to 28% in the last survey. it also shows that while students are drinking less, they are using marijuana more. according to district superintendent janice adams, they are likely getting those substances from older friends or even parents. 7:23. muni officials are complaining they have disbanded -- they have to spend almost $500,000 extra because of the giants winning in the postseason. they say the extra costs were about $73,000 to add extra buses to get the fans to the playoff games. about $150,000 for the victory parade. they say with that figure, nearly $100,000 of expenses were lee late -- related to vandalism during the big victory parade. we want to check in with sal and get an update on the commute and the situation for b.a.r.t. >> it's been a tough one for
for b.a.r.t. earlier there was -- earlier there was a train stuck in the transtube. the trains are backed up getting into san francisco. mostly at this hour, it's in to san francisco that we're worried about. it's causing major system-wide delays into san francisco. if you are taking b.a.r.t. and you normally go by their schedule, it's off this morning a by quite a bit. you-- morning by quite a bit. i have been getting a lot of tweets from people who are upset because they are going to be late for -- late for work. the bay bridge is back up from the middle of the parking lot of the toll plaza there. it's about a ten-minute wait and this morning's commute on the south bay, 101 is not that bad yet. if you are on the peninsula, burlingame, san mateo looks
good. the east shore is terp. that means stop-and-go traffic from the carquinez bridge. here's steve. the weather is not too bad. we have 40 the and fifths. it will be mostly sunny today. today, though, we're starting off with 53. s that one of the warmest. mostly sunny, a little cooler. of those clouds are digging down as that system digs down from the pacific northwest. mostly sunny. cool earl today. the temperatures will settle in the 60s more than the 70s. these are near average now. we were way above. by sunday we'll be about 20 below. the record, the farther back, 1932. 84 at san jose and 82 in san francisco. today san francisco is 65 and san jose will be 70.
napa/slower 38. there's a lot of -- napa/santa rosa 38. there's a lot of cold air up there. mostly sunny. nice today. 60s for many or upper 60s and a few very low 60s. more high clouds to the north. machine to the -- mostly sunny to south -- to the south. 7:26. up next, oakland teachers will be taking a symbolic vote and also right now, protests as you look at this live pictures, the protesters are about to start in san francisco. uc students are trying to keep their tuition costs from going up again. we're now learning that rondell lum may be leaving office -- ron dellums may be leaving office earlier.
mission bay campus. there are some people gathered behind you, jade. >> reporter: that's right. the activity has started right here on this mission bay campus. protesters have gathered behind me. a large group, several different buses have dropped off students from other uc schools. i've been told that this demonstration and protest should get underway. joining us this morning is bob samuels is who is a teacher at ucla. you were talking to me earlier about why you feel this is an important day that the demonstrators be out here. >> i see them raising tuition and fees and i don't see any money going into instruction. they are making classes larger. they are putting esl, english as a second language. >> reporter: now, the uc regents have said this is necessary. they have to kind some way to cut their deficit. i know there is a meeting today at 8:30 talking about an 8% tuition hike.
how does this affect protesters, demonstrators, students, faculty? >> well, they keep increasing executive pay and spend money on other things like construction projects. we want the money to go to the students. and a lot of people are -- a lot of people can't simply afford to come here anymore. >> reporter: i've heard from names on the list that the uc regents have put out there. how do you feel about that? >> i -- first of all i've never heard that before. i don't know if that's legal. that is gonna have to be investigation, public meetings, law. i believe it's illegal. we'll have to talk to the press about that and we'll have to file some legal charges like we've done in the past. >> reporter: thank you for joining us. police have set up barricades. they are sutt up here with a table. as i was mentioning about the
-- about the i.d.s, they are allowing the media an faculty members here at the campus to go inside. we'll continue to have more on this coming up. reporting live, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we'll check back with you for an update. 7:32. new this morning, oakland teachers have given union leaders the green light to authorize a strike but teachers are not preparing to walk off the job just yet. union leaders say only a small fraction of members voted st night and that first strike is too week right now. oakland teachers did say a one- day strike back in april after the district forced a new contract that included no pay raises. today oakland's outgoing mayor ron dellums will release his state of the city online with video chronicling his achievements over the last four years. he chose not to deliver his state of the city address in
person. according to "the chronic kell" ron dellums's wife has been talking about him leaving office early before his term ends reportedly to take a lobbying job in washington, d.c. the chronicle says he's under pressure to pay the irs to clear up his tax lien by the end of the year. if mayor dellums were to step down. it is 7:34. the chp is leading the investigation into a horrific crash in the east bay. kraig debro just got new information about the victims. he joins us from san lorenzo with details. good morning, kraig. >> reporter: good morning, tori. this happened in unincorporated alameda county, san lorenzo. if you look on the ground right
behind, you can see skid marks here and then a flat bed. according to people around here, they say there was another flat bed parked here so that's a result likely of the van hitting the flat bed and it being stopped in its tracks. the people people at the company had no video cameras. this all happened around 8:45 last night. the alameda county coroner told me there was seven people in the van at the time. the driver, died instantly. at least three others were trapped inside the minivan and under the flatbed. the person driving behind the driver died later at the hospital. for some reason, police are still looking for a cause. we haven't seen any evidence of alcohol or drugs. like i said, it's still an ongoing investigation. we're just in the infancy.
we won't hopefully find out what caused this collision. >> according to police, there were no other cars on the road at the time of the crash. there doesn't appear to be any obvious reason for the crash. the people inside the van. take a look at this live picture, they all worked at that company down there -- we went and tried to speak to a couple of the employees. a couple of the guys did not know the people because they worked on a different shift but they were in a minivan coming from santini foods. it's not clear if that minivan's owned by the company and they were just getting a ride home. i'm gonna check back again to see if i can get some updated information for my next report. reporting live in san lorenzo, kraig debro, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we'll check in with you shortly. thank you, kraig. a fremont family is now pleading with a hit-and-run
driver to come forward. the 80-year-old male victim was hit by a car while crossing from montboulevard on november 5th. he died a few hours later. his family said he was in the middle of his routine walk when this happened. they have a specific message for the driver. >> i don't want vengeance or revenge. i would like closure for my family. so i would very much appreciate it if they came forward. >> the car's front grille was found at the scene. they are watching neighbors and auto shops to look out for a light silver or light blue, 1995, toyotaive salon. fremont police are asking anyone with information to call them, and the caller will remain anonymous. the family of a missing man from concord wants your help of finding the father of two girls. police told ktvu this morning, he's still missing. 33-year-old brian irv was last seen wednesday morning
reportedly disappearing after an argument with his wife. now, his family says there's been no activity on his credit cards or his bank account since. they are very -- they are very worried, if you have any information on his whereabouts, contact concord police. oakland police are trying to find out who killed a 46-year- old man outside the allen temple baptist church. this happened early yesterday at 85 theth and international boulevard. the victim, a 46-year-old man, was attending a class inside the church. he apparently stepped outside to answer a cell phone. the man had had recently been released from prison. church officials say he was trying to earn his g.e. -- dash earn his ged diploma and turn his life around. >> he was on church grounds, holy ground, and people desecrated our church grounds. >> they say this death confirms the need for the many programs the church has been offering
for decades now. now, later this morning, the church will announce they've received a private grant for almost $500,000 to pay for programs designed to combat violence. 7:38. the epp is ordering caltrans to stop polluting area rivers and streams. recent epa audits reportedly found sprayses of -- traces of metal, grease, and pesticides all from construction sites along 50,000 miles of california roadways. the epa is warning caltrans they could face penalties if they don't stop the runoff within a year. lots of problems in the commute, especially with b.a.r.t., sal. how are we doing -- doing? >> b.a.r.t. is recovering. we've had some major delays unfortunately because of an earlier train stuck inside the transbay tube. that train was removed. it was removed about 40 minutes ago. there's still major delays into
san francisco. we're gonna start with the east shore freeway here. very slow as you head out to the macarthur maze. bay bridge toll plaza backed up now as people are no longer stuck there. it is backed up from -- let's go to the maps now. i want to show you the traffic here down to 16 miles an hour which is pretty slow. remember, when you see the maps, you see a lot of red on the maps, that means the traffic is about 15 miles an hour or less so if you are seeing yellow and red on the maps like you see on burlingame and san mateo on 101. that's not very good. green is obviously good. you see a lot of that on 280. let's go to steve. a very good morning to you all. remember sunday and mondays had 80s, 28, 38, 8, well, still nice yesterday. it will still be okay today. but now it's 60s or very low 70s. you may not like me very much by sunday and monday because it's going to be darned cold out there. mostly sunny.
clouds a little cooler. here comes the cold air on friday. rain friday night. the weekend, especially saturday, let's -- it's cold and wet. down around 2500 feet if this continues to march in. now, today, i don't want to get too far ahead of myself. mostly cloudy -- mostly cooler. last weekend it was windy and warm. not this weekend. mostly sunny, a little cooler. 60s, 60s. a couple more 60s. 62 at noon, and then a high today of 67 degrees. but even that will start to taper off by tomorrow. sanfrancisco one of the warmest lows this morning at 52. 30s, 40s. we'll go 58 at 9:00, 64 at noon a high today of 65. that's down 5 from yesterday. some of the lows, it's been a while since we penciled in some 30s. mesh canyon, 39.
woodside, 39. danville, alamo 40. sebastopol, 40. losgatos at 0. dy not see san ramon down there. no, nelson,dy not. 19 in tahoe, 30 in reno. 36 eureka. there's cold air today, sunshine. the system is moving in before the pacific northwest. that's cold air. that's a very strong low which is heading out toward the west coast. over the next three to four days. mostly sunny, not too bad today. 60s for many. upper 60s. >> very low 70s. the five-day clouds, cooler on thursday and then here comes some of that cool air. rain friday evening. colder with showers highs upper 40s. low 50s. 7:42. breaking news. police on the scene of a
shooting in oakland. at this point we don't know if it was a drive-by shooting or the gunman was walking in the area. this is at 1409 102nd avenue in oakland. at this point we don't know how many victims were there. you are looking at live pictures of the scene from newschopper2. again, you can see some police cars and a few police officers down there. the shooting apparently happened overnight and we don't have much more information than that other than it happened at 1409 102nd avenue in oakland. police on the scene. as we get more information, we will bring it to you. 7:43. also coming up -- why a member of the controversial high-speed rail authority in california is resigning. the edited comment by tina fey.
a member of the high-speed rail is resigning. richard cats has been the focus of a state attorney general's review to determine if there is a conflict of interest between state and county jobs. katz says the jobs are not impattible but according to "the los angeles times" he will step down from the high-speed rail authority position on december 1st. rave type music ee haven'ts and parties are banned at the cow palace, at least for now. that's after two alcohol or drug-related deaths last may and after a dozen people got sick at a show there a few weeks ago. the board sloated -- voted unanimously to oppose the ban. so it's unclear how long it will be in effect. the case of a tortured teenaged boy from tracy could go to the jury this week. the defense attorney for anthony wietres -- waiters
injuring a student. the family complained after the child was hurt and the ambulance was refused to drive on the field. the district said they sent out a letter clarifying the policy. one school board membersaid this never should have happened. >> certainly, the principal should have allowed the ambulance on the field.
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ktvu.com. ten minutes before 8:00, when comedian tina fey won the price to -- won the prize for the award and talked about sarah palin on "saturday night live." this was the portion that pay said that was broadcast on pbs last saturday. >> i would be a liar and an idiot if i didn't thank sarah palin for helping get here tonight. >> her complete acceptance speech is contained on the website. here's what came immediately after her remark about palin. >> and you know, politics aside, the success of sarah palin and women like her is good for all women. except for those who paying -- [inaudible] >> for everybody else it's a win-win. unless you are a gay woman who
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the science guy, collapsed on stage while he was making a speech. this happened at the university of southern california in los angeles. he's the 54-year-old tv personality apparently fainted right in front of hundreds of people reportedly collapsed in the middle of a sentence reportedly was out for about ten seconds. campus paramedics responded. haven't heard any word on what caused him to pass out. but bill, the science guy, told the audience something similar to that happened to him earlier in the day. well, san francisco investment banker tom skyer will donate $250,000 today to create a green jobs training program. sanfrancisco mayor newsom will announce the donation later this morning during a business conference at levi's global headquarters. he will also announce the creation of 50 jobs right now for the first graduates of this
class. palace officials say the couple will be very involved in their upcoming wedding. middleton revealed some details about how the prince popped the question. >> it was very romantic. [inaudible] >> prince william gave middleton, the sapphire and diamond ring that once belonged to his mother, princess diana, it was her engagement ring. the couple is set to marry next spring or summer. >> we wish them all. >> yes. sal, is traffic doing well now? it's been quite a morning.
we're looking at the bay bridge that's kind of filled in. now, there is a big backup here. this morning's commute is going to be busy on the peninsula. again, when you see red, it means traffic is slow and there is a lot of red on the commute. daily city, san mateo, burlingame. 7:56. let's go to steve. 50s in the city. that's a cold system dropping down. there will be a reenforcement of that over the next couple of days. mostly sunny, nice, cooler. a little bit of a westerly
breeze should kick in later. 60s, upper 60s. low 70s. that's it for the 70s after today and then extremely cold air moves in by saturday into sunday. it's cold and rainy on saturday. >> thank you, steve. 7:57. up next, fighting higher tuition costs. these are live pictures from ucsf's mission bay campus. we've watched the crowd of protesters grow in the past 30 minutes. ( upbeat music playing )
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the crowds have grown. hundreds of protesters are expected to be out here. we're live at the ucsf mission bay campus and this is where the they will -- where they will meet for an 8:30 meeting. the protest started an hour ago, students have been walking around the front entrance of this building. we were told by demonstrators they plan to be out here to make their voices known about how they are against the tuition hikes. i want you to take a rook at -- look at this video. this is what happened when demonstrators approached ucsf mission bay this morning. campus police have pushed back
the demonstrators. i was told this morning the way they planned to handle this, this morning is that campus police will allow those already signed up to speak at the meeting, they will allow those speakers inside. then they will allow the general public. police are still asking for i.d.s this morning. that's a safety measure that's been put into place. we also spoke to a uc regent spokeswoman and i want you to listen about what she has to say about what they expect in just a half hour. >> i hope people will be respectful. no one here wants any kind of disruption that's a problem, and these campus police that you see here are from several different uc campuses, they broke these students every single -- they protect these students every single day. they are the ones that protect
them and i'm hoping the students have respect for these police officers. this is a tough job today. >> reporter: we can tell you this morning there were buses arriving -- you are a graduate of uc berkeley and you came out here this morning and you hope to speak to regents about what? >> reporter: essentially what i feel is about their unfair labor practices the way they are not touching the executive salaries or their positions. >> reporter: you mentioned have because today they are going to vote on a tuition hike for students and they are also going going to be talking about other projects. how is that gonna affect everyone. >> the fact that there ised aish -- that the fact that there is no additional money coming from the state or the federal government, which means
we have to take out loans. so they are pushing out the students. there are more people that they are giving access to these limited funds which means less money per person. >> reporter: a former you u -- a former uc berkeley campus student. he came to support the students. we'll be back live and bring you more. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. police in antioch are looking for the suspect in a deadly shooting outside a 7-11. officers responded to reports after shooting outside the store on buchanan road just before 9:00 last night. officers found gregory leavey of onty okay -- of antioch in a car. officers questioned another person who was in the car with
leavey. the investigation continues this morning. there was another shooting at the same 7-11 in april of last year. in that case, the victim was pulling out of the parking lot on his motorcycle, when a man ran up to him and fired several shots. police arrested a suspect shortly after that shooting and say the victim and shooter had an ongoing dispute. we have new information about a napa man shot and killed over the weekend while out hunting with his friends and his 11-year-old son. police have refused to say who fired the shot that killed 50- year-old william down. but according to the press democrat newspaper, sources close to the family say it was the 11-year-old son who accidentally fired the shot that killed his it fire. sonoma county officials say they stepped out of the truck right when another hunter was aiming at a bird and hired. 8:05. well, this morning a crime scene investigator goes back from the witness stand in the
richmond gang rape case. yesterday investigator -- the investigator showed the graphic foe totes she took of the -- photos she took of the victim. she became very emotional as she described the serious injuries the girl suffered in the brutal beating and gang rape. the mother of one of the defendants spoke outside of the court. >> translator: we know what kind of a person my son is. we trust in god and the courts he will be cleared of charges. >> today is the third day of her preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to put these suspects on trial. they are accused of gang raping the teenager outside of a homecoming dance last year. 500,000 bay area commuters could soon be baying a daily toll without going near a bridge. claudine wong explains why in this live report from daly city. good morning jade -- i'm sorry. claudine. >> reporter: good morning,
tori. yes. we're in daly city. sanmateo county cross into san francisco and those people would be affected by this plan if it were to go through. folks we're talking to this morning are not happy about it because it means money out of their pockets. this is a proposal being considered by the transportation authority. if you were driving into san francisco on one of the many highways that head into the san francisco area during certain hours, basic the commute hours, you would pay $3 each way with a $6 cap. it would work like a fastrack idea. it's expected to bring in $06 million to $80 million -- $60 million to $80 million. if you think about the cost to drivers, that's where we're getting the strong reaction from this morning. it's not surprising that people we talked to don't like the
idea. >> back east they had the inner bridge tolls, you know, 30 cents $1 whatever. i don't agree with it. i mean it's just another way to make revenue. but us working people can't afford this. >> how could you? it's-- it's ridiculous. it's ridiculous. who came up with this, anyway? >> reporter: well, the thought is being considered by the san francisco transportation authority. if this were to become a reality, there are several more steps it would have to go through. the transportation authority would first have to study the idea, supervisors would have to weigh in on on the idea -- weigh in on the idea. certainly the people we have talked to outside -- out here this morning, hope it is just talk. back to you. >> thank you. sal's been -- it's been slow on the roads. it's been slow -- it's slow everywhere. it's kind of a tough wednesday, dave and tori.
we're gonna start with the toll plaza because a lot of people obviously aeffected by trying to get into san francisco -- affected by trying to get into san francisco. it's just moderate here. there have been delays. some people are getting in their cars. we've had traffic on interstate 80 very slow this morning. interstate 880 looks okay here as you pass the oakland coliseum, home of the raiders, traffic is going to be slow on 580 as well. if you are passing this area of oakland, it's not affected by major crashes, but it is going to be slow. let's go to the south bay. 280 northbound as you get up to highway 17. the traffic is moving along okay here. it's been very slow on 280/101 and 237 and also 85. let's go to steve. a very good morning to you all. sunshine today. mostly sunny. a little bit of patchy fog. a little bit. a few high clouds. temperatures took a little drop to the 30s and also the 40s. we'll have mostly sunny skies.
changes really start tomorrow. it will be all right today. mostly sunny, clouds, cooler. and then we cloud it up on friday. rain friday evening. the real system looks like it arrives on saturday and then really cold air. last weekend, windy and warm. 80s this weekend. 40s and 50s. a lot of clouds and rain. those higher clouds creeping down from the pacific northwest. that system is getting closer. that's the one that can cloud us up on wednesday. today we're just waiting for it to get here. a lot of 70s. even way above average. not so much today. there will be more 60s than 70s. sanjose will go 70. 66 oakland, 68 walnut creek. 65 san francisco down 5 from yesterday and santa rosa from 74. we'll go 766. 66 with an increase -- 66. 66 with an krieners of with the clouds -- with an increase with the clouds.
>> one system will come in and then another one will come in and drive it southward. that's what's going to happen over the weekend. not all of us, the bulk of it will had remain in seattle and portland. mostly sunny. a little bit of a westerly breeze should kick in. 60s for many. very low 70s. starts-- clouds start to increase and they really drop on friday. we bring in rain friday evening and then a cold rain settles in on saturday and then a showery pattern and low snow levels. it's the number one topic at san francisco's city hall. now the search for mayor gavin newsom's replacement has taken a new turn. the head of the tsa has
october. so police shut down part of shaddock avenue to be safe. the man eventually climbed down and gave himself up. it's not clear why he did it and that street has since reopened. 8:14. sanfrancisco supervisors want the public to have a say in collecting -- in selecting the city's next mayor to replace mayor newsom. yesterday, the supervisors ran off to an earlier plan to quickly choose a successor. the board plans to hear public testimony about the appointment and the selection process is now expected to take a few weeks. mayor newsom leaves to become california's new lieutenant- governor. alameda county has elected the first transgender trial judge. victoria kolakowski won slightly more than 50% of the vote. she's been an administrative judge at the california utilities commission.
she said a transgender judge would bring diversity to the superior court bench. both house democrats and republicans go behind closed doors to decide who will be their leaders in the next congress. political observers expect no changes at the top. nancy pelosi is expected to remain the top democratic leader although she will become minority leader when the new congress comes in in january. and john boehner is in place to become the next speaker. the so-called slurpee summit between president obama and leaders have been -- has been disclosed. the white house says republican leaders asked for the meeting to be rescheduled november 30th. it was originally supposed to happen tomorrow. the slurpee reference comes from something that president obama said while campaigning before the recent elections. the president said while democrats are working hard to fix the economy, republicans
stood on the side of the road slipping slurpees. they've been called humiliating and intrusive. but it's looking like those machines and pat-downs at imp as are set to stay -- at airports are set to stay. alison burns has more from washington, d.c. >> reporter: the head of the tsa, john pistol, sounds downright defiant. he says the terror threat on airplanes is very real and the goal is to use screening technology including body scans and pat had-downs to stay ahead of it. >> do i understand the sensitivities of people, yes. if you are asking am i going to change the policies, no, because i -- i think that is what being informed by the latest jens, the latest efforts by terrorists to fill our -- to
kill our people in the air, no i'm not going to change the policy. >> reporter: the department of homeland security is facing several lawsuits saying the scans and pat-downs go too far. one woman said she felt like she was being sexually assaulted. anyone that does not go through the airport screening procedures will not be allowed to board a plane. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> make sure you stay right here with us and coming up here at 8:45, we'll have danville's pilot, chesley sullenberger live here on "mornings on 2." and he will weigh it on the ongoing dispute. 8:18. sanfrancisco police want your help to identify three men who homicide investigators want to question. police posted these questions -- these pictures online. but why investigators want to talk to the man is something of a mystery. police believe they -- police believe the three know each
other and they frequent the area. an oakland man is behind bars this morning accused of dragging a san francisco police officer with an suv. police say 62-year-old elamar stewart faces several charges including aggravated assault. the incident happened at buchanan and street. police say an officer was was dragged several feet as he reached inside the suv and tried to stop the suspect. the san francisco police is considering a new policy. currently, officers are not allowed to shoot at a moving vehicle unless they believe they are in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury. but a new policy under consideration would prevent police from shooting at moving vehicles even when a suspect threatens to run them down.
other big cities including los angeles have the poolcies, telling police officers to get out of the way instead of shooting at a car. the goal is to prevent a car from rolling out of control after a driver has been shot. it's a substance abuse problem in class. the results of a survey for one local school district. and while the giants world series victory brought joys to thousands of fans it brought one bay area agency crying foul. and the bay bridge commute is doing well, but the east bay commute has struck out. we'll tell you more about it -- straight ahead.
a close call in oakland. an suv barely missed crashing in a house. it happened around 73rd and holiday avenues around 2:00 a.m. the suv took out a traffic light before it jumped the crush curb and crashed into a house -- jumped the curb and crashed into the house. no one was hurt. ben near school district say 24% of the 11th graders say they've been drunk or high on drugs at school. that compares to 28% in the
last survey. the survey also shows while students are drinking less, they are using marijuana more. now according to district superintendent janice add adams, they are likely getting their substances from parents. federal regulators are not confirming or denying a ban is coming on four loko. there are several cases where college students have been hospitalized after drinking several of these beveragings -- beverages. muni says the extra cost during the the world series
added 130,000 for buses to get the fans to the victim and another 150,000 for the victory parade. and they say 100,000 was for vandalism. kind of a big crowd in the commute this mooing. sal's had his hand -- this morning. sal's had his hands full. speaking of bridges and tolls, got a lot of tweets, people unhappy about the proposed toll that's come in from san francisco -- too come into san francisco from san mateo county. those people who use the bridge and head north into san francisco, it's doing well. golden gate bridge traffic looks good. richmond traffic not a problem. the bay bridge, the $6 toll backing up for about a ten- minute wait. skies mostly clear. a little bit of patchy fog. we're okay today. it will be mostly sunny. 54 san francisco. and that was one of the warmest temperatures this morning was right in san francisco. other locations, 30s and 40s.
you can see the leading edge of that system getting closer. just a few high clouds. plenty of sunshine. the pattern is changing. sanjose, though, 70. normally, 64. their record, 84 in 1932. 82 for san francisco, also in the 1932. they will be 65 today. average is 64. but by tomorrow it will be average to below. the 30s are gone now. sanjose, 51. 46, though, palo alto, concord, livermore, oakland, berkeley at 49. napa,/santarosa, 43. reno 30s, tahoe, mammoth lakes, sacramento 34. fresno, 39. the key is after today even though we'll have mostly sunny skies, the clouds start to get closer. two things to point out. that's a very dynamic low coming down. a lot of really cold air is on the way. mostly sunny, nice, cooler. a westerly breeze starts to
kick in. 60s, 60s and 70s. very low 70s. clouds cooler, then rain moves in friday, saturday. there is a little football game at cal, i think. yeah, a little up one. stanford and cal, it's huge. it will be cold and wet. and then much colder air arrives on monday. her case played a major role in the case for california governor. just moments ago, meg whitman's former housekeeper spoke at a bay area hearing. >> reporter: what may have caused two people to die in an overnight crash here in san lorenzo. also, oakland'sout going mayor could ignite a controversy during his final days in office.
a very noisy protest is happening right now at ucsf's bay mission campus. take a look at what we've seen in the last half hour. hundreds of students and their supporters protesting to increase tuition. the regents meeting there is just now getting underway. about 100 people will be allowed into that meeting to address the regents. uc's spokesperson says she's hoping the demonstrators will be respectful. >> i hope people will be respectful. no one here wants any kind of disruption that's a problem. these campus police that you see here are from several different uc campuses, they
protect these students every single day. >> uc president mark a -- mark yudof has proposed an 8% increase to students and also changes to employee health and retirement bin fits. he says those changes are necessary to close a $1 billion budget shortfall. well, new this morning, oakland teachers have given union leaders the green light to call a strike. the students -- teachers are not preparing to walk off the job just yet. union officials say only a small fraction of members voted last night and that a support for a strike is too weak right now. oakland teachers staged a one- day strike back in april after the school district forced a new contract that included no pay raises. meg whitman and her former undocumented housekeeper are the focus of a meeting with state labor officials that's underway right now in san jose. attorney gloria allred just spoke a few minutes ago about the issue right before she went
inside. >> we say to meg whitman that it's never too late to do the right thing. you spent $143 million of your own money on your campaign. hopefully, you have enough money left to pay your housekeeper the wages that he you owe to her -- that you owe to her. >> allred she owes her client money, wages for hours she was asked to work after hours. ron dellums will release his state of the city report online with video chronicling the achievements of his last four years in office. according to the "san francisco chronicle" his wife has been talking about him leaving city
hall early before his term ends reportedly to take a lobbying job in washington, d.c. if dellums were to accept down, mayor-elect jean kwon would -- were to step down, mayor-elect jean kwon would plea his him. two people were killed. seven others were hurt in the accident that kraig debro just found out about. >> reporter: the new information comes from the chp. they say the minivan these people were riding in was traveling at a speed of 50 miles an hour when this crashed. this happened in unincorporated alameda county. at-- according to one witness,
these skid marks were likely not caused by the driver to stop. witnesses say there was another flat destroyed bed parked here -- flat bed parked here. the driver of the minivan died. one of the other eight people in the van died at the hospital. i spoke to a man who works nearby. he says four of the passengers walked away from the crash. chps are it's -- also says lopez was talking to a passenger in the back when the minivan veered across the road and into the flatbed. >> we haven't seen any evidence of alcohol and drugs. this is still an ongoing investigation. we're still in the infancy. >> we just contacted the dmv to try to to get a picture of lopez, but the dmv said they couldn't provide one because
lopez de la cruz was not licensed to drive a car in california. if you come back and take a look at a live picture here, of course, the suv is blocking the view. down the street there is a place called santini foods and some or all of the people in the van worked for that company. i spoke to a man who identified himself as a security manager. he says the van was not owned by the company. that wass the only detail about the crash he was able to provide. 8:35. a family in fremont is pleading with a hit-and-run driver to come forward. the victim was 83 years old. police say the fremont grand father was hit on november 5th and he died a few hours later. he was in the middle of his daily walk when this happened. the family is looking for closure. >> i don't want vengeance or
revenge but i do want closure for my family. so i would very much appreciate it ifty came forward. >> the police say they have one clue. the car's grille was found at the scene. so they are asking neighbors and auto shops to look out for a light silver or light blue, toyota ave salon similar to the one you see here -- avalon similar to the one you see here. call police if you have information and your call will remain anonymous. police are trying to figure out who killed a man outside the vennish baptist church. the victim was 46 -- vennish baptist church. the victim was attending church and he stepped outside to use the cell phone. he had relently been relessed -- recently -- he had been recently released from prison.
in a little while, the church plans to announce they received a private grant for $500,000 to fund programs designed to combat violence. the case of a tortured teenaged boy from tracy could go to the jury this week. the attorney for the suspect of anthony waiters. he's accused of inflicting months of torture and physical abuse on a 16-year-old boy at a house on tracy. until the young man escaped in 2008. three other defendants made plea agreements that include 30 years in prison. well, rave type music events and parties are now banned a the cow palace after two alcohol or related deaths at an event in may and after more than a dozen people became sick at a show there three weeks ago. the cow palace board voted knew man nussly to oppose -- unanimously to oppose this ban.
a proposal to turn the point into a pot farm is one of the public -- ideas to to be discussed at at public meeting. dozens of suggestions were submitted by the public in case this idea fell through, including to grow and package medical marijuana at the site. other suggestions include an office park and a wildlife preserve. let's get the latest on our very but -- busy, frustrating commute this morning. >> reporter: it has been especially if you're an 880 driver. let's go outside. i want to show you the maps. our maps are color coded when you see something like this. it's about 15 miles an hour. that corresponds with the legend there. you can see when it's red, no good. when it's red -- there is a lot of red on the map. southbound 101 in burlingame.
280 i think is your best bed. let's go to the live pictures. this is a look at the westbound bay bridge toll plaza. not all that backed up. backed up for about a ten- minute wait. northbound 280 very slow. a south bay commute has been very slow. not only on 280 but 101 and 85. 280 is slow all the way up to cupertino. 85 is slow up to 87. let's go to steve. sunshine, mostly sunny, more clouds towards the north bay. we'll have temperatures near average to slightly above. 6 as to near 70 degrees. but the cold air is on the way. it will start that work in beginning tomorrow. mostly sunny today. temperatures, 60s, low 70s but not the 80s we had on sunday and monday. clouds roll in here
you can see some of the higher clouds there trying to inch their way down. but overall, high pressure will kind of hang on for another day. mostly sunny, but 60s by the coast. out of the 70s and 80s and 66, these are very low 70s. had some mid-70s yesterday. not bad, 74 santa rosa, 66 today. 70 in san francisco. drop your -- dropped you 5. oakland, 71. 66. sanjose, still 70 but 5 degrees cooler than yesterday. some 30s this morning have driven -- have given way to 40s. palo alto, anywhere from 49 to 42. now 46. same for concord, livermore. 40s. and napa and santa rosa both checked in at 38 this morning. if you are traveling to shasta, lassen, get there early. try to leave early because the snow levels will be coming
down. a lot of cold air is bottled up there. first a system will come by. then the low the low will settle in, eject off and then another one will come in behind that and reinforce it. that's the one that's gonna come closer to us. temperatures, though, coming down just a littleby -- just a little bit. 60s, upper 60s and low 60s -- and low 70s. sunshine today and the clouds and cooler air arrive on thursday. much cooler air on friday. it looks like a cloudy, cold, off and, you know, rainy day on. a powerful storm just hit the east kest this morning. the-- east coast this morning. the powerful winds flipping airplanes and tearing the roofs off buildings. take a look at what happened just a couple of hours ago. this is at the trenton airport in new jersey. there several planes were blown over by 65-mile-per-hour winds. the winds also knocked down power lines affecting a lot of
people in the area. >> pretty powerful. 8:41 is the time. oil, grease and trash is ending up in the rivers. the local transit agency the epa is going after. and dan victim's hero pilot -- danville's hero pilot will be joining us in the studio. what's left out of tina fey's award speech when it was broadcast on tv? ñw?
police 234 antioch are searching for the suspect who shot and killed a man outside a 7-11 store last night. police say they questioned the person who was with the shooting victim. that investigation continues. jury deliberations have started in the chandra levy case. the defendant is facing murder charges in her 2001 disappearance and death. her stories made national headlines when she was romantically linked to gary
condit. authorities no longer believe condit was involved. and this morning a crime scene investigator goes back to the witness stand in the richmond gang rape case. yesterday, the investigator show the graphic photographs she took of the 16-year-old victim at the crime scene out side of -- outside of richmond high school. the epa is ordering caltrans to stop polluting area rivers and streams. recent epa audits reportedly found traces of metals, grease and pesticides all from caltrans along 50,000 miles of california roadways. the epa is warning caltrans they can face penalties if they don't stop those runoffs within a year. new this morning a member of the high-speed rail authority has resigned to preserve his transportation authority job. richard cats has been -- kats
says the two jobs are not incompatible. he will step down d ecember 1st. tsa administration john pistol faced tough questions from senate lawmakers over new airport securities scanners and pat-downs. chesscy sullenberger thinks we should explore other methods especially when it comes to screening pilots and other personnel. thank you for joining us. >> good morning, tori. >> now, you are clearly opposed to this heighten security for airline personnel, including pilots but isn't there a concern about a possible loophole for terrorists being able to screen in that way? >> no, because we already have the means to use it, to very quickly very fi the identity and current employment status of current pilots and that would be much more effective
than the second screening. it's really not a smart, not an efficient use of our screening resources when pilots are already the last line of defense for the partner and requested partners in this important initiative. >> you have access to the biggest weapon there is, which is the plane itself. >> absolutely. it's much more important to identify the identity and working -- to identify the identity an working status. >> what about the health of -- the health and the privacy? do you think that's still necessary for passengers? >> i'm not going to get into specifics of what they might do. but i would hope we would take a more risk-based, behavioral- based vote. there are some things that we can adopt here that would be more effective. when you are working here at
sea level and you have the entire earth's atmosphere above you to protect you from radiation, you get a very low dose. now, pilots on the other hand, like me, have spent 30 years, seven miles above the earth with the cockpit window surroundings -- surrounding us, we get many more times the exposure than someone at sea level and since that exposure is calm you mew ative throughout our lives, we airport -- we're concerned about about this. >> the homeland security secretary janet napolitano says she's open to some other options. you mentioned there are other ones out there other cities are using. >> we have three cities in the united states that use the crew system that will very quickly identify the pilot's identity and their current employ
status. that would ease the load on the security line and the risk of a passenger's flight would be delayed because of the long lines. >> as i've waited in long security lines i think everybody would love to be able to make er. thank you for joining us. >> it's a pleasure. if you were born in california in the past 30 years, chances are the state has a card stored with your dna on it taken right after birth. a few drops of baby blood is mandatory screening for 77 serious genetic diseases. the program is a life-saving one. but the samples are also state property. they can be shared without consent and without notice for research, lawsuits or investigations because privacy laws don't apply for government agencies. this is a privacy right. it's a dna property right. it's a patient right. it's a parent right. all of those rights are being
violated when these are being taken without the written consent of the parents. >> they say parents are not comfortable with that -- if the parents are not comfortable with that, they can -- they say lives are at stake. we have posted details about the new-born screening program at our channel 2 website, ktvu.com. just look for the web links section. ten minutes before 9:00. when comedian tina fey won the prize for humor, some comments she made about sarah palin were cut off. this is the portion that was broadcast on pbs last sunday. >> i would be a liar if i didn't thank sarah palin for help getting me here tonight. my partial resemblance and and her crazy voice are the two luckiest things that have happened to me. >> that's all not -- knows not -- that's not all she said.
>> politics aside, the success of sarah palin and women like her is good for all women, except those who will end up paying for their own rape kit. but for everyone else, it's a win-win. unless you are a gay woman would wants to marry your partner of 20 years. but for most women, the success of -- [inaudible] >> i take that back. the whole thing is a disaster. >> pbs cut her comments only because of time constraints. but some critics have wonered -- wondered whether that influenced the networks editing decision. well, the bay area is about to get dozens of new green- collar jobs and a training program will open up hundreds more.
we're getting word that bill the science guy collapsed on stage last night while making a speech. it happened at the university of southern california in l.a. the 54-year-old apparently fainted in front of hundreds of people. he apparently fainted mid sentence. campus paramedics responded. no word on what caused this. but he told the audience a similar thing happened to him earlier in the day.
tom speyer will donate $250,000 to create a green jobs training program. mayor newsom will announce the donation later this morning during a business conference at levi's headquarterings -- headquarters. governor schwarzenegger is expected to attend. there could soon be more of those popular food trucks and carts in san francisco. sanfrancisco's board of supervisors has taken the first step to make it easier for food vendors to get permits. now food sellers will only have to get one annual permit from the fire and health departments and vendors who set up different locations can use the same permit. the cost of the permit is also going down. the preliminary vote was unanimous. a second vote is still, however, necessary. san francisco's metrion could have a big red and white target on it if the redevelopment agency allows target to move in. target wants to move in and put
its big logo where the sign is now. the shopping center was recently purchased by westfield corporation. they strug 8leed to attract shoppers and maintain tenants for more than a decade. westfield is planning to start renovating the space before the end of the year. a week from now tomorrow, sal? >> a week -- >> a week from tomorrow is what? >> gosh, i don't know. you got me. you got me. >> thanksgiving. [ laughter ] >> my goodness -- >> just to prepare everybody. well, you know -- we're gonna see some different travel patterns -- tori you scared me. >> sorry. >> we'll see more backups or lack of backups like this as we approach thanksgiving week. this is a look at 880. the traffic is going to be -- the traffic is going to be slow heading north past the coliseum. if you are -- why isn't this thing working? hold on for a second.
here bego. westbound 80 very slow. speeds are up to 20 to 30 miles an hour. that's an inprompt. let's go to steve. >> sunshine to mostly sunny today. a little bit of fog is returning to the coast now. not too much but some patchy fog is out there. it will be mostly sunny. highs near 60 to 70. then the clouds roll in and then some rain friday evening. saturday looks cold and cloudy with off and on rain and much colder on sunday. >> hard to believe it's just 80. >> that will do it for us, thank force watch -- thanks for watching. >> bye now.